Torn Heartsby M. E. Gordon
Okay so maybe I am caught up in a love triangle, but I'm sure as hell not running through a field of daisies in a sun dress. My name is Elizabeth and I've managed to avoid men for most of my
A tale as old as time-a girl, tall and wispy, hair the color of the sun, eyes as blue as the sky, caught in a love triangle with the noblest of men...Not in this book, honey!
Okay so maybe I am caught up in a love triangle, but I'm sure as hell not running through a field of daisies in a sun dress. My name is Elizabeth and I've managed to avoid men for most of my life. I wasn't a nun by any means, but I know what the hot guys want-and it usually isn't me. How I got myself involved in a love triangle with one sexy photographer and a millionaire bachelor, who had women worshiping the ground he walked on, is beyond me. Yet, here I am, attempting to navigate waters that I've never expected to. Trying to figure out which man was right for me, dealing with my family-and have I told you about the paparazzi? Well, it's all really making me rethink the situation. Who do I trust? Who's being genuine? What should I do if both men are perfect for me in different ways? How the hell am I supposed to choose just one? Or better yet do I have to choose just one?
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Meet the Author
M.E. Gordon, was born and raised in Maryland, where she still resides with her husband. She is a stay at home mom to four children, three boys and one very, spoiled, little girl, all under the age of five. Growing up M.E.G. was an avid journal writer. She wrote her first romance novel at the age of 14, and it was pretty bad, but over the years and through all the kids she honed her craft. When Gordon doesn't have her mom hat on, you can find her reading, working on her next story, or watching guilty pleasure television.
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Chuck and Teddy Monroe have lived in the spotlight ever since they took over their parents business. Their little sister however, has always avoided it. Elizabeth has her heart set on working at the Library of Congress. That’s why she’s going to college in DC after all instead of back in New York. She craves the quiet happiness that only books can give her, and she has it until two men enter her life and turn it into pure chaos. Soon Elizabeth’s heart is torn between them, a well-known playboy and a supposedly quiet photographer. The media are closing in fast and Elizabeth doesn’t know who to trust. There are some pretty big decisions to make, and no one can make them but her. M. E. Gordon’s premiere work goes all out. Elizabeth is a delightful character, who embodies exactly how the average woman would react when faced with this situation. No stone is left unturned as Miss Monroe tries to figure out who she wants, and who she can’t live without. The character development is excellent. I felt like I had a good idea of who everyone was in Beth’s life before everything hit the fan, and that definitely helped me make sense of the chaos that was going on due to the dual suitors. As this is a romance, I would be remise if I didn’t mention the more ‘heated’ moments, and I think they were done wonderfully. Not too long and not too short, and they added to the storyline and the character building. The mystery element is done very well. After every twist I thought I had it figured out when BAM! something new would crop up that would totally change my mind. When I finally reached the end, I was exhausted (in a good way!), and begging for more. Based on how it ended, I really hope Gordon writes a sequel (or two, or three). The characters are so rich and layered that I can imagine each of them having their own story to tell, and I would love to read them. My rating is definitely a full five stars. This book was just released at the end of August, and Gordon was nice enough to send me an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) so I could review it. I do not accept payment of any kind for any of my reviews. Vinca Books Rating: 5 Stars vincabooks.wordpress.com